We will start by identifying survivors. Research shows that survivors of Ebola are immune for up to ten years. This makes them ideal as first responders, as it lowers the risk of spreading the disease to caregivers. Then, we give them intensive training in Ebola response, and set them up with Responder Kits (gloves, gowns, buckets, and bleach). The final step in training is to establish a direct link between survivors and access to advanced care and treatment. Now, instead of strangers who speak a different language showing up, people at risk of infection will be cared for by someone who understands exactly what they are going through, and who can bring an amazing level of compassion and insight to their care. Once the infrastructure is in place for quick response, the project can continue to grow, giving Sierra Leone the ability to rapidly react to any future outbreaks.